List by Month: 7-2012

Where Are The Deals For Back To School Shopping?

07.24.12 | Sarah Harnisch

It's July, but deals are already in full swing and retailers are hoping to lure consumers early this year. Staples allows you to trade in older binders for new ones for 2 dollars. Walmart has launched an 88 cent aisle for a broad range of school ...

Kids Creeped Out By London Olympic Mascot

07.24.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The Olympics kick off Friday, and a billion people around the world will be watching. That's one in every nine people on the planet. The Olympic Committee has discovered a new problem though, one that's too late to fix. Apparently, kids are afraid ...

Federal Government To PA: How Many People Can't Vote Under New Photo ID Law?

07.24.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The federal government is taking a closer look at Pennsylvania's voter i.d. law. The law requires you to have a photo i.d. for your vote to count this November. President Barack Obama's Department of Justice is asking whether Pennsylvania's law ...

P.A. Newspaper Backs Restaurant That Gives Discounts To Christians

07.23.12 | Sarah Harnisch

A Pennsylvania newspaper is standing up for a restaurant that offers Christians a discount. An atheist activist filed a complaint against the Lost Cajun Restaurant for discrimination after it offered a 10-percent discount off meals for customers ...

Well-Known NYC Pastor Hospitalized With Ruptured Intestine

07.23.12 | Sarah Harnisch

Pastor Bill Devlin-- the man best known for fighting for churches' rights to rent New York City public schools in off hours-- nearly passed away this past weekend. He underwent emergency surgery Saturday for a ruptured intestine, but is expected to ...

Fingerlakes Hospital Luring Experienced Nurses With Ipads, Bonuses

07.23.12 | Sarah Harnisch

There's a shortage of nurses in New York and Pennsylvania. One hospital has a new method of drawing nurses to the area: they are handing out Apple Ipads as door prizes and 10-thousand dollar signing bonuses to experienced nurses. Guthrie Health ...

NY To Mark One Year Anniversary Of Gay Marriage

07.23.12 | Sarah Harnisch

The one year anniversary of gay marriage is Tuesday in New York. The Empire State became the largest state in the nation to legalize gay marriage a year ago, July 24th, 2011. Supporters hoped it would boost national momentum and pump money into the ...

Gov't Says Excessive Heat Could Continue Through The Fall

07.20.12 | Bob Price

Government forecasters say the excessive heat across much of the U.S. may not let up until October.

10 percent Of Deaths Worldwide Caused By Inactivity

07.20.12 | Bob Price

Physical inactivity causes one in ten deaths worldwide, according to a series of studies. Researchers say their findings put physical inactivity on par with smoking and obesity as a health risk.

Home Sales Up in New York

07.20.12 | Bob Price

More New Yorkers appear to be selling their homes

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